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The Daily Dispatch: December 14, 1861., [Electronic resource], [correspondence of the Richmond Dispatch.] (search)
Senate bill authorizing the county courts to certify the insolvent muster fines, in certain counties, was taken up and passed. Resolution of inquiry. By Mr. Wiley, of refunding a tax to Mrs. Elizabeth Reynolds. Bonds of the State. Mr. Robertson presented a memorial from sundry citizens of Richmond, holders of bondithin our military lines; and that the Committee of Privileges and Elections be instructed to report a bill in accordance with the terms of this resolution. Mr. Wiley moved to strike out all the latter portion of the resolution commencing with the words "and when wholly impracticable, &c. This motion was withdrawn, when Mr. Rosserton moved to amend the resolution by striking out the words "within our military lines." This amendment was adopted. Mr. Wiley then renewed his motion to strike out, which was not agreed to — ayes 12, noes 22. The vote was then taken upon Mr. Cochill's substitute, and resulted — ayes 25, nose 9. So the question was decid